Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC
I am attempting to edit a shared calendar in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003. But it is giving me "unable to display the folder. The server mailbox cannot be opened because the address book entry is not a mail user." What does that mean and how can I fix it? I am running Windows XP Professional SP3.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Outlook 2003
I'm certain you're aware that "inconsistent" isn't a good thing. In cases such as the one you present, the only sensible option is for one to "cut their losses and run." Your client is well advised to completely remove the offending entries and rebuild the calendar manually. Not a fun answer, to be sure. As you noted, the problem will migrate to OL 07, possibly further compounding the problem. Unfortunately, to apply a common fix, one must face problems that have something in common regarding their creation and nature.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
You have to find the folder where Outlook save it's files and back it up.
Outlook files have a "pst" extension, so look in your hard disk for *.pst files to find them.
This is from a Microsoft site:
To find your .pst files on your hard disk
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
1. Create a new calendar item in Outlook/Exchange.
3. Update the calendar time on the handheld device.
4. The device is overwritten by Outlook/Exchange upon next sync as a
So, the new time of my appointment (valid and important) is not only never
updated in Outlook (I could almost live with this) but it is changed BACK to
the original time
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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